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in benghazi cheer the official end of the qaddafi regime. allen pizzey shows us the devastation in the dictator's hometown. with u.s. troops coming home from iraq for good, anna werner samples reactions around the nation. and the st. louis slugger, cynthia bowers has the story of cardinal's first baseman albert pujols joining babe ruth and reggie jackson in the record books. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. president obama is pledging u.s. help for turkey in the wake of that country's devastating earthquake. today's magnitude 7.2 quake hit the far eastern part of the country near the border with iran. more than 100 people are confirmed dead thus far, and authorities fear the death toll in the remote region could reach 1,000. mark phillips has more. >> reporter: the ground shook for 30 seconds. the quake registered 7.2 on the scale, strong enough to cause serious damage. it was felt over an area of hundreds of square miles. and it was shallow enough, about 15 miles below the surface, to cause maximum cas
be the judge. and he was the duke, the hero of the silver screen. now john blackstone tells us john wayne's personal mementos are to be sold at auction. >> this is the "cbs evening captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. we begin tonight with campaign 2012 and continuing speculation that another hat may be thrown into the ring. new jersey governor chris christie reportedly is close to a decision about possibly entering the republican presidential race. as whit johnson tells us, he may not have a lot of time to make up his mind. >> this morning chris christie wasn't dropping any hints. >> governor, governor, are you running for president? >> after months of repeated denials? >> what do i have to do short of suicide to convince people i'm not running. >> the new jersey governor is now reconsidering and has a team investigating a presidential run. first republican caucus could be less than 100 days away, leaving little time to hire staff, raise money and develop an efacttive strategy. >> i think he's done a great job as go
questions whether the fbi is accounting for all the guns that were used to kill a federal agent. sharyl attkisson takes a look. a historic dedication ceremony on the national mall honoring the dream of martin luther king. susan mcginnis was there. also, is the boom in sports putting young knees at risk? bigad shaban the brand new findings. and the fight of his life. bill whitaker tells the story of boxer dewey bozellas journey from wrongful imprisonment to his moment of triumph. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: and good evening. there are new developments this sunday in the federal government's so-called fast and furious case. today a key member of congress told cbs news there may be an important piece of missing evidence in the investigation. and he had strong words for the attorney general of the united states. sharyl attkisson has been on this story since the beginning and joins us from washington with the latest. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, russ. this week the head of the house oversight committee plans to ask t
continues to expand, he is finding it harder and harder to fill the jobs. >> so in order for us to grow, we have to have a steady influx of qualified people, and there's a very small candidate pool out there. >> even with wisconsin's unemployment nearing 8%, manufacturers say they're having a tough kind attracting the right kind of worker. the few applicants they get often lack the basic math and reasoning skills required to do the job. >> a large numbers of candidates that give you one half of one one half. if i say, cut that thing in half, they can't quite figure out how to get there. >> an industry survey found that nationwide more than half of manufacturers reported a shortage of skilled production workers. >> we received job postings for nearly 600 of these type of positions. while we dwraj waited 80, it's still a huge gap. >> reporter: mark weber, dean of the trades and engineering program at nearby northeastern wisconsin tech partnered with local businesses to build a high-tech classroom on wheels to demonstrate to the next generation that today's shop floor is not all grief and nois
's latest poll, talking tough on taxes, abortion and smoking. bob schieffer and jan crawford bring us the latest. a cutting end technology that could mean a whole new source for humid an body parts. in london, mark phillips has details. and running to remember, at the marine corps march thon, elaine quijano shows us a widow and her daughter following their hero with every step. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with russ mitchell. >> mitchell: good evening. we begin tonight with the october snowstorm that socked most of the northeast this weekend. surprisingly heavy snow buried communities from maryland, clear up to maine. more than 3 million people are still without power tonight. and at least five are dead. jim axelrod has more on the prehalloween trick that was one for the record books. >> reporter: if they hadn't seen it. >> never saw this before in my life. >> reporter: they might not have believed it. but up and down did east coast, there was simply too much snow to ignore. >> i can't stand it. i hate it. hate it, hate it, hate it. i can't even express h
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